Translation of night in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable (period of darkness) the (Tales of the) Thousand and One Nightsat this time of night(los cuentos de) las mil y una nochesall night (long)a estas horas de la nocheat nighttoda la nocheit was eleven o'clock at nightpor la nocheit rained during the nighteran las once de la nocheshe woke up in the middle of the nightllovió durante la nochelong into the nightse despertó por la noche or durante la nochenight after nighthasta muy entrada la nochenight and day to be on o do o work nightsnoche tras nochelast night the night before last we stayed (for) the nighttrabajar de nochewe spent the night in/at a hotel we looked for a place to spend o stay the nightnos quedamos a dormirto spend a sleepless nightbuscamos un lugar dónde dormirto have a good/bad nightpasar una noche en vela or en blancoto have a late/an early nightpasar (una) buena/mala nocheacostarse tarde/temprano(before noun) (flight/patrol)night depository o (British English) safethe night shiftcaja (feminine) de depósitos nocturnosthe night skyel turno nocturno or de la nocheel cielo nocturnoExample sentences1.2 uncountable (darkness) [literary]he disappeared into the night
night felldesapareció en la oscuridad de la nocheas black as nightcayó la noche [literary]oscuro como una boca de loboExample sentences
- At night the sky had been swept clean of clouds and the stars were blazing in the moonless night.
- She loved starry nights, sunrises and sunsets, the moon, snow… her list could go on and on.
- She loved going in there at night, especially on nights that the moon was full and shining brightly through the glass sun room.
- Into the web we went, deeper and deeper into the night and into the darkness of the maze.
- 2 countable (evening) last nighton the night of the partyayer por la nochea night on the townla noche de la fiestawe haven't had a night out for agesuna noche de juergafirst night (Theater)hace muchísimo que no salimos por la nocheit'll be all right on the nightnoche (feminine) del estrenoto make a night of it [colloquial]why don't we make a night of it and go dancing?al final todo saldrá bien¿por qué no nos vamos a bailar para completarla? [colloquial]Example sentences
- Last night's Eastern Evening News has predicted that I will win North Norfolk.
- Last night at dinner my Mother was talking about her arrangements to go down to Cork on Tuesday.
- On Friday night Chris approached us to do a skit for all the delegates after dinner on the last night.
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